Dog Tornado Interactive Treat Dog Game Reviews

Dog Tornado Interactive Treat Dog Game

Dog Treat . The idea behind the Dog Tornado Game is for your dog to dislodge the removable bones, then turn the revolving sections to reveal hidden treats. This game has many variables to increase the of difficulty as your dog's skills improves. Challenges your dog's mental and physical dexterity. Pets should be supervised when playing with toys as no toy is completely indestructible. Sizing: 11.5 in. L x 9 in. W x 4 in. H
List Price: $ 49.00
Price: $ 49.00

Teach your dog how to find and paw indicate a scent using this easy and fun game using materials you have at home. Shows you step by step how to chain two si…

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    • houlyn
    • May 6, 2013

    you could try to lure her forward until a paw is on a cardboard circle. it might take time until she realizes that she is being rewarded for the position of her foot and it is 1 paw (instead of 2). Then try moving the cardboard or throwing treats away so that she has to come back to the cardboard to put her paw on it.

    This is the same technique used in videos when teaching dogs to stand on books/food bowl (tab289 How To Train Any Dog To Heel PERFECTLY!) or on a blanket (tab289 or kikopup)

    • natalie calderon
    • May 6, 2013

    wow this seems good to train your dog so ill do it …..  after im not lazy

    • maria bernardin
    • May 5, 2013

    Woah cool !

    • Chris T
    • May 5, 2013

    i looooooooooooooove it 😀

    • Tess Peterson
    • May 5, 2013

    Y dog would be going right to the dish with food in it next to me

    • JCSmin
    • May 5, 2013

    JESUS CHRIST SAVES – For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life

    • richlaszkowicz
    • May 5, 2013

    One of my dogs (9month pup) won’t paw. He’s just not tactile with his paws at all. What other cue can I reward for finding.? A sit ? Any suggestions greatly received.

    • Donna Hill
    • May 5, 2013

    Any behavior you choose can be used. A nose nudge, sit, lay down. I even used a bow as the indication for my other dog!

    • richlaszkowicz
    • May 5, 2013

    Great thanks. Can I also ask what would you recommend as good scents, for fun. I was thinking of cash but not sure if that’s ideal. I know it needs to be something they don’t find every where on the street at walkies time lol. Many thanks. Pa love your videos, very easy n clear to follow.

    • Hemliga Hunden
    • May 5, 2013

    Sucha cute dog!

    • lotta green
    • May 5, 2013

    My dog tries to open the lid with her paw (she is very used to these kinds of activities), instead of just putting the paw on the lid. How can I correct that behavior?

    • Donna Hill
    • May 5, 2013

    Teach her a different indication behavior such as a nose touch or sit. Or use different containers she can’t get open like a small plastic fruit cup.

    • Donna Hill
    • May 5, 2013

    If no-one in the house drinks tea, use a tea bag. There are many commercially made food scents at grocery stores and animal scents available at hunting stores.

    • lppurplegirl11
    • May 5, 2013

    Haha that is so fantastic! I can’t wait to try this 

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